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How Indiana, Kentucky police used forensic genealogy to identify 'I-65 Killer'

Indiana State Police said Harry Edward Greenwell was responsible for sexually assaulting and killing at least three women at hotels in Kentucky and Indiana.

Courtney Hayden, Shay McAlister, Sherlene M Shanklin

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Published: 7:47 PM EDT April 5, 2022
Updated: 8:27 PM EDT April 5, 2022

In the late 1980s and early 1990s, three women were found dead at three separate hotels along I-65 in Kentucky and Indiana. For decades, their cases remained unsolved. 

Until now. 

Thanks to advanced genetic testing and years of investigation work, authorities were able to release the name of the man they believe was responsible for these crimes - and possibly others.

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